metal-film resistor

metal-film resistor

[′med·əl ¦film ri′zis·tər]
(electricity)
A resistor in which the resistive element is a thin film of metal or alloy, deposited on an insulating substrate of an integrated circuit.
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The panel meters are engineered to combine precision bandgap voltage references and metal-film resistors to achieve accuracy and stability at all input levels.